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|OCS tops St. Fred; both squads begin playoffs|
With Thursday night bragging rights on the line, Ouachita Christian School slid past Saint Frederick for a 28-21 victory.
District champions OCS jumped out to a 28-7 lead before the Warriors made a furious comeback.
Matt Kennedy got the scoring going for OCS on a 70-yard pass from quarterback Jacob Davis.
Kennedy caught six passes for 131 yards while Davis completed 14-of-20 passes for 244 yards for OCS.
"We made some big plays on offense," OCS head coach Steven Fitzhugh said. "I thought we had excellent blocking all night as well up front for us which was huge."
Saint Frederick quarterback Landon Williams was 8-of-17 for 107 yards and a score passing. Williams also had 77 yards and a pair of fourth-quarter touchdown runs for the Warriors.
Williams found Zach LaSuzzo on a 56-yard strike in the first quarter to open the scoring for the Warriors. A Williams interception with under two minutes to go sealed the game for OCS.
The OCS defense limited running back Chris Buttitta to 40 yards in the game, also a key factor in the final score.
OCS (9-1) earned the No.2 seed in the Class 1-A playoffs for Friday night. The Eagles will host Oberlin (4-5), who has had a season full of ups and downs. They went 3-3 down the stretch and ended the regular season on a high note after a 43-6 victory over Merryville.
South Cameron and Hamilton Christian, other playoff teams from that district, beat Oberlin by a combined three points.
St. Frederick stays in that same district but will travel to Hamilton Christian. Hamilton brings a prolific offense into game averaging over 30 points per game.
"We have to keep getting better," Warriors head coach Paul Guerriero said. "We must execute better if we want to keep playing."
Hamilton Christian lost their first game of the year to 3-A St. Louis, 35-7. Hamilton Christian then went on a seven-game win streak before losing to Basile last week, 28-14.
The match-up is favorable for the Warriors and one that a few big defensive plays could make all the difference in on Friday night.
Saint Frederick will also be working hard this week to improve in pass coverage and rushing the passer. A pair of sacks by St. Fred against OCS has shown the defensive line to steadily improve as the season has progressed.